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A research team at Queen Mary, University of London reports that sea cucumbers and sea urchins could hold the secret to looking young.
Now that hay fever season has started, sufferers are well aware of the effect of histamines.
The green sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) is a species that can be found in northern waters in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It can be found at depths of up to 3,770 feet in burrows dug using its spiny body. First, it will dig down to a desired layer of sediment, and then widen a den. Sometimes it will leave openings that are large enough for it to leave the den and return, but it is common for it to dig so deep that it becomes stuck. Its range extends to Puget Sound in...
- To swell, as grain or wood with water.